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sitting in two cars outside katie russell's house. and just a russell's attorney two of them pulled up parked in katie russell's driveway and went inside her house. two minutes late five of those six fbi officials went inside katie russell's houseleft. so fbi officials have been inside katie russell's parent's house for the last hour and 20 minutes. now, of course we don't know yet what isg some investigating and perhaps talking to katie russell, trying to get more information from her. but it has been a while now. and what i can tell you, brooke also is that fbi officials have been stationed outside katie russell's house for the past week or so and they have been here around the clock. there are also fbi officials who have stationed in neighboring areas, sort of just waiting in case something happens and we saw an incident this weekend where we saw katie russell's mother leaving the house, and fbi officials from to see stop her. so, brooke there has been a lot of action here today and in the past week or so even. >> let me just ask you, we all -- those of us cover
legal custody of 401 children 401 children. katie: the children were ultimately returned, but in 2011, jeffs, who reportedly boasts an astonishing 80 wives, was tried and convicted for his celestial marriages to two underage girls. he's currently serving life in prison. >> rarely, if ever, in the criminal justice system have beever encountered a person such as warren jeffs. >> flora says she was a victim of a culture of abuse on the flds compound. she escaped when she was just 16 years old, and will now stop at nothing to help others do the same. and please welcome flora jessup. [applause] thank you for being here, flora. >> thank you for having me. katie: i know that you say you felt skeptical about the flds community even as a little girl. when did you start feeling that abuse helped abuse helped with. my maternal grandmother believed in the group and she taught me to believe in myself as a person, and it wasn't based on who owned me. to that was a taboo teaching a family. so that self worth that my grandmother instilled in me made me question. and the questions never stopped. katie
and women in their 20s that escaped in a blue suv after attacking tourists late last night. >> katie: new details on a breaking story we first brought you last night at 11:00. santa clara fire crews have managed to contain a house fire that had been smoldering for hours. firefighters had to work around downed power lines and at one point they had to back up because of the danger. at one point the fire re-ignited. the house is now gutted and no injuries being reported. >>> breaking news out of south africa this morning, nelson mandela is out of the hospital. he has been discharged as his holds has improved. south african president says he visited him on thursday and was told that complications from a lung infection is improving. he was diamd to the hospital on march 27th and has been hospitalized three times since december. >> a memorial to fallen officers in vallejo has been vandalized and police are asking for your help. the memorial was vandalized with silver paint. we had to block some of it because it contains an obscenity >> i think if that person would to take a moment that the cont
>>> good evening, i'm katie marzullo. the city of boston has had a long week. it's come to a welcome close. it begin a bombing at marathon and ends with the soul surviving bomber in the hospital and how the city is staying strong through it all. >> after a solemn moment at fenway park, the red cross and fans told the world they were finished living in fear. >> this is [ bleep ]. >> less than 24 hours ago it was much different feeling. the intense manhunt for dzhokar tsarnaev came to a close. hours after his older brother was killed in a shootout. they discovered him hiding and bleeding in a boat. >> we have a movement in the boat. >> in an exclusive interview with abc news, a neighbor of the boat owner described the chaos. >> had been yelling, joe, get out, get out. >> he is unable to communicate with a heavy police presence surrounding his hospital room. >> we have a million questions and those questions need to be answered. >> the brothers came to the u.s. and became athletes and attended top boston schools. then after spending several months in russia, tamerian urged
>>> i'm katie marzullo in for ama daetz. the one living suspect in the marathon bombing is in awake but his ability to communicate is limited. the latest on the suspect as the city of boston gets back to normal. >> law enforcement sources tell abc news dzhokar tsarnaev is awake in a boston hospital and being questioned about possible accomplices and unexploded bombs. he is responding in writing due to a serious throat injuries. >> they had other bombs and other explosives and they were planning to do something else. >> this is the first moment that the interrogation team has spoken to him since the manhunt. >> new video shows him hiding in a boat as stun grenades exploded. his older brother was killed in another police shootout and they are looking to a recent trip of russia that is a hotbed of islamic activity. >> from there, what happened a marathon day. >> federal authorities say the amount of evidence is overwhelming including this photo showing him placing a bomb near eight-year-old martin richard who was killed. families gathered at sunday mass to remember the victims. a wake
>> katie: good morning to you all. it's 8:00 a.m. i'm katie marzullo. quick first look at the weather. here is lisa argen. >>> good morning to you. the next hour or two. fog will clear and mostly sunny condition in oakland with highs to mid-60s to upper 70s. a warmup with 60 at our coast to mid-60s. even our cost. mostly sunny by the afternoon but still with the onshore flow and numbers inland today, near 70 to the lower 80s. that takes us above normal. today is not the warmest day of the weekend. i'll talk about that and return to the 90-degree heat that is coming up quickly right behind us. we'll show it to you in next few minutes. >> katie: developing news in contra costa county, pittsburg police are using tracking dogs what i girl was abducted. the man grabbed the girl in broad daylight and released her and ran away. alan wang police fear may try it again. >> police officers comforted the distraught mother. earlier she saw a man snatch her two-year-old daughter from her front yard. it happened just before 2:00 p.m. in pittsburg. >> the way the suspect approached the
, i want to introduce my appointment today katie tang . [ applause ] . katie has lived in the district since she was 1 year old. that might have been 13 years ago. [ laughter ] you will note and i'm sure it will be part of the stories we'll tell that it was the same age as carmen when she was appointed. her parents also live in the district as well and not only a resident but someone more interested in the district and representing all the issues, and graduate of lowel high school. both of my daughters are blowing kisses to me from new york as they also graduated from that fantastic school. she has a very distinction have gone to u c davis. obviously some very strong intelligence, a double major, of course it is a proper time to thank mr. and mrs. tang for that great lineage of parentage that is demonstrated there. i have no doubt that katie will fulfill these incredible obligations responsibly for the district, representing everybody. she has been literally every corner and again the residents have continued to say can we have continuity. we want to have things done. we don't want nam
>> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> good morning, everyone, i am katie marzullo. >> the breaking news is from the north bay where three schools are on lockdown while they hunt for a car thief who could be armed. the car was stolen in petaluma and he led deputies on a long chase. the three schools including a preschool and child center are on lockdown with reports that the thief might have a rifle with him. we will have more on this story as it becomes available. >> other breaking news story from oakland where the superintendent of the oakland unified school district has just resigned. he has held the job since 2005 and the announcement is a shock to the education community. in a letter to the president of the board he says he and his family are moving to chicago to be closer to his wife's parents saying his father-in-law is sick and in the hospital. the children attend schools in oakland. smith graduated from uc berkeley and previously worked for the san francisco school system before taking over in oakland. >> new this morning, san francisco police are
. eric and katie? >> thank you for that. next, san francisco's chaotic big wheelsation is -- big wheel's race is always a big deal but this y >> novato, oakland, sunnyvale, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> new this morning a federal investigation is underway after a nest belonging to rare birds was removed from a crane at the port of san francisco. here are some pictures of the birds when they first arrived at pier 80 last year. they were once near extinction set up a next on a crane. according to the chronicle, workers tore down the nest while they were away for the winter. that is triggering an investigation by the united states department of fish and wildlife. the port claim they were justified and law abiding. >> evens if san francisco is hitting new scrutiny after a serious accident called the bring your own big wheel race but this week's race ended in tragedy. abc7 news reporter has a story you will see only here. >> it happened quickly around a blind corner on the last turn of the annual bring your own big wheel race. 45-year-old suffered a serious head injury. >> if
. katie? >> thank you. happening now, the gates are open at at&t park and fans of the world series champion giants are streaming in. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard is live with the excitement. cornell? >> katie, baseball is back at at&t park. guess what? so are the fans. take a look. the gates opened literally 30 seconds ago. giants' home opener versus st. louis is something they would not mess. giants fever is catching. >> the pitcher was warming up on the field while ground crews scrambled with last-minute preparations. it is a team effort getting the at&t park ready for opening dying washing the outfield walls and manicuring the field. the fans are getting a jump on opening day with a pregame warm up. >> a long time giants farm from before i can remember, some is something epic, two world champions in two years and trying to continue the trend. >> we found the manager of giants signing autographs for fans on his way to work. >> a special day. guys are looking forward to it. >> how do you top last season? >> you keep going lout and playing hard and see what happens. >> the ch
, everyone. announcer: today on "katie." escaping their religion. katie: at 14 you would get married and warren jacks actually officiated at your wedding. you escaped. how were you able to leave? announcer: a glimpse behind the walls of one of the most secretive and no tor rows sects in the country. a woman trapped by a belief system. >> i feel i was brainwashed. katie: who are these people and why are they so full of hate? announcer: and another's fight to break free. >> i wanted out. katie: how many people are like you? announcer: uncover like when your entire life is controlled by your faith. >> she said if you try to go to college, we're going to have you locked up. [applause] katie: hi everyone. today we have a very important show. imagine being raised in a family whose religious practices are so restrictive they tell you what to do, how to think, what to wear and even who to marry. today we're talking to four women who courageously left the fold and found their voice. they say they felt trapped and in some cases needed to literally escape from these extreme religions. we begin
, wolf, earlier this morning we saw federal investigators leave katy russell's attorney's office in downtown providence and came right here to katy russell's parents house, which is just behind me. about 20 minutes ago we saw five of those federal investigators enter katy russell's house. they've been in the house for about 20 minutes now. one of those investigators came outside the house. and we asked are you with the fbi, they said no comment. we have since seen that they are with the fbi. we of course don't know exactly what's going on inside the house whether they're searching obviously probably talking to katy russell, but we do know that the fbi has entered katy russell's house, wolf. >> did she go by the name just katy russell even after she married tamerlan tsarnaev? or did she change her last name? did she continue to go by katy russell? >> well, here in this town they still refer to her as katy russell, not katy russell tsarnaev though we have seen different things in different statements. we have seen the attorney's statements simply refer to her as katy, wolf. >> do w
, d.c. area. i want to check with katie davis, who is with our nbc station out of hartford. katie, are you there? >> reporter: jim, hi. yes, we're here live along the marathon route. things still a bit chaotic here. at this point all of the injured people have been taken to hospitals nearby, but all the streets remain shut down as local police as well as federal investigators begin the investigation tonight. we have some video we want to show you of the moments just after the blast happened. terrifying for people running the marathon, spectators, anyone who was in the area at that time. again, two people killed. 23 others injured. many of those people with very serious injuries, amputation injuries. nbc news now hearing from multiple sources that those bombs contained shrapnel and that that is what led to so many of those serious injuries. back to you. >> that was katie davis reporting from boston. thank you, katie. we were getting some updated information about the number of injuries. we understand now 86 people are injured there at five different hospitals and we believe at leas
with katie couric. >> it's too fancy for my atlantic city ladies. >> long before carrie and the gang -- >> i'm not the ladies. >> yep, you're the lady. >> before "girls" there were those other girl, mary rhoda, phyllis, suanne and jeorgette. they could turn the world on with their smiles. >> you've got spunk. >> their apartment battles. >> this is my apartment. >> their vibrating beds. >> yet the fierce five were together again to film an episode of hot in cleveland and to reminisce. >> what is it like for you all working together after 40 years? >> heaven. >> and none of us has changed. >> gravity has taken over a little bit. >> when you think back on the show, why do you all think it resonated so much? >> it reflected women. >> and then that ever popular question, how come a girl like you isn't married? how come you're still single? >> the writing was fantastic. >> you don't put on your hats, you can't. have any dinner. >> your characters were all so fun and funny and interesting and imperfect. tell me why you think people were so attractive, first of all, to rhoda? >> because they recogni
. katie and dave met nearly three years ago through mutual friends. they started off as friends, but soon began dating. they love traveling, bowling and their two dogs. dave, certain that he wanted to marry katie, was planning a proposal fit for a princess. and he was in a new york state of mind. but this man faced just one problem, getting his bride-to-be from the windy city to the big apple. >> i knew i wanted to come to new york and i needed a reason for her to come out here. i thought that would be great to get her all dressed up and get her pampered. she knows everything i do, so i had to get something going. >> a firefighter, dave set up a little scenario, a mock banquet honoring him and fellow firefighters. >> she thinks we're here for a fire department banquet. instead of full of people, it will be her and i, her favorite flowers set up on the table. and champagne. and i'm going to get down on one knee and propose and hopefully she says yes, and i can't wait to spend the rest of my life with her. >> if she doesn't, i'm here. >> we'll know in about an hour. >> an hour? >> 50 minute
including kristin davis, rick springfield. >> rick springfield? >> john stamos and even abc's katie couric. to celebrate the anniversary, katie took a look back at some of the other big names who appeared on the show. >> i really found him fascinating. >> reporter: in 1982 a 19-year-old got her big break on "general hospital." >> sister? >> yeah, have you ever seen her? >> yeah. >> reporter: demi moore beat out a thousand other actresses for the role of investigative reporter jackie templeton. >> what was she saying? >> she was yelling for help. >> and you didn't do anything to help her? >> she was a lot of fun. she was a little wacky, very free-spirited, and i think it was one of her first jobs. >> reporter: demi's biggest role before "gh," the lead in the horror film "parasite." >> and she's not the only famous face who's passed through the hospital doors. morgan fairchild. >> i've got to go vacuum the limo. >> reporter: roseanne barr. >> and you owe me, big guy. >> reporter: tyne daly. leonard nimoy before "star trek." george takei after "star trek." >> and his people are searching just
of the weather. mike nicco? >> good morning to you. nice to have you here. nice to see you, katie marzullo. always nice to have another italian around. we are looking down from mount tamalpais, you can see sausalito to san francisco with not much fog. the cameras headed to novato show the thickest fog at the reporting stations. down to a quarter-mile visibility in novato with fog along the east bay shore but it is not hitting the reporting stations. if you are on 13 this morning you are going to get foggy at some point in time. that is our big story for the morning. the patchy fog and the temperatures are cooler than yesterday and mid-40's to around 50. by noon, most of us are dealing with sunshine and a few left over clouds and temperatures are hang out in the low-to-mid 50's away from the coast. as you head to 4:00, watch out for the sunshine if you are outside today, sunscreen could be needed and brighter and warmer and mid-to-upper 60's and by 7:00, back in the low 60's. increasing clouds but warmer tomorrow and the rain comes in especially for thursday's commute a quick hitter and by
help you actually spend less. >> today on "katie" marie osmond speaks out on family and career at 3:00 p.m. >> welcome back at 5:22, rutgers is considering taking stronger disciplinary action against the men's basketball coach for abusing players and he was seen abusing this player at a practice. he was suspend for three games with 30 minutes of abusive behavior by the coach taunting them with gay slurs. officials say they will reconsider their decision to retain the coach rice. >> brace yourself for a new iphone, apple is set for a possible summer launch of a new version of their smartphone, the "wall street journal" reports that the new phone is described as being similar in size and shape to apple's current iphone, and the paper says apple is, working on a cheaper iphone model. apple does not comment on future projects before the launch. >> another way to save money, fill your money with crisp new bills. people are more likely to hang on to clean money and try to get rid of the old cash. the study found that consumers are disgusted by dirty bills especially the ones that are writ
down until 5:00 a.m. katie marzullo in. >> the white house says that president obama and first lady michelle obama will attend the opening of former president george w. bush's presidential library with the said indication at southern methodist university on april 25th. the facility is 23 acres and will house 43,000 artifacts from his presidency. of note, representatives from the university of chicago and the university of hawaii have met with officials at the bush facility preparing a bid to left president obama's library. >> hundreds of cancer patients in canada are facing disturbing news, their chemotherapy treatments may have been watered down. according to the government agency cancer care ontario, 1,200 patients got lower than intended doses of the drugs uncovered by a hospital pharmacist who tested the supplier products. the medication was up to 20 percent less powerful than they should have been. patients and families are being notified of the mistake this week. >> rope am to set up a planned parenthood clinic in south san francisco is drawing fire from neighbors although the
. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo joins us in san francisco right now where the president will be today. katie? >> this is as close as we can get but you can see the top of the hotel a few blocks away. police are already on the ground, blocking off parking along howard in front of the hotel, passerbys are curious, and some are planning a protest while others are excited. san francisco police officers are standing by. this is where president obama will spend the night. for some, it is a great opportunity. >> it is very excited. it is not inconvenience to have the street blocked off. people can get by and take care of business. it is exciting. it is an honor to have the president near. >> president obama is here to raise money. he has two events to attend tonight, a $5,000 cocktail reception in pacific heights and $32,500 plate dinner. >> an actist group will protester the pricey dinner and want president obama to reject the keystone pipeline that brings oil from canada to the gulf of mexico. they are bringing a thousand people and some noise. we are raising our voices with
are getting an impressive send off with their first ever appearance in the final four. katie marzullo is live at berkeley with the rally. >> we are outside of the pavilion. nothing could dampen the spirits of the team and the fans. it was deafening and so exciting. look at the video, we shot hundreds of people packed in that and filled. the band play, the cheerleaders purpose there, the crowd was cheering. after a few words from the athletic director and the coach the team strutted in. a huge ovation. the fans and staff are so happy for the team. they want the team to feel that happiness. >> we are excited to be here to support the cal women's basketball team. >> i have a lot of friends on the team and we have not been to the final four in i for get how long -- ever. >> very excited for the ladies. it was fun to be here with my friends. >> the bears beat georgia on monday. it was a nailbiter, overtime, 65-612 so they are the first cal women's bear teams to go. they play on sunday, and when they win, they will play again on tuesday! >> thank you, katie. a sign of the times, more women are livi
appearance in the final four. katie marzullo is live at berkeley with the rally. >> we are outside of the pavilion. nothing could dampen the spirits of the team and the fans. it was deafening and so exciting. look at the video, we shot hundreds of people packed in that and filled. the band play, the cheerleaders purpose there, the crowd was cheering. after a few words from the athletic director and the coach the team strutted in. a huge ovation. the fans and staff are so happy for the team. they want the team to feel that happiness. >> we are excited to be here to support the cal women's basketball team. >> i have a lot of friends on the team and we have not been to the final four in i for get how long -- ever. >> very excited for the ladies. it was fun to be here with my friends. >> the bears beat georgia on monday. it was a nailbiter, overtime, 65-612 so they are the first cal women's bear teams to go. they play on sunday, and when they win, they will play again on tuesday! >> thank you, katie. a sign of the times, more women are living with their boyfriends before tying the knot
a bipartisan bill to expand background checks for gun buyers. katie marzullo joins us from the newsroom with details. katie? >> the deal is a person has to get a background check to buy a gun at a gun shower online. california already requires background checks at gun shows. now these senators behind to nation-wide proposal, are calling it common sense proposal, not gun control. >> i want to make it clear from the start this is a start and it is not the end of our work. >> democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia and republican pass toomey of pennsylvania are both gun owners and both have a ratings from the national rifle association and were looking for a common-ground solution to curb gun violence. they found it. >> criminals and the dangerously mentally ill should not have guns. i don't know anyone who disagrees with that premise. >> from the premise comes this: ground checks expand to include commercial sales at gun shows and online. the sales would have to be channeled through licensed firearm dealers and they would have did keep reports of the transactions. senator toomey s
-31 vote. katie marzullo? >> they needed 60 votes and they got 68, with help from the g.o.p. 16 republicans crossed the aisle and voted with democrats. that after one last emotional plea by people who have been touched by gun violence. >> we are standing here because my sister and mom can't. >> her mother was the principal of sandy hook elementary school and her sister was a teacher there. both were killed in the december mass shooting that left 20 children and six adults dead. >> we are here to demand action and demand we receive both and we are allowed to have some peace of mind that our loved ones didn't die for no reason the. >> they got what they wanteds republicans threatened to filibuster the gun control debate but the effort was blocked. president obama has called the sandy hook elementary school family whose have been lobbying families and thanked them for the effort. republican senator john cornyn of texas, says the president has been telling the families that republicans don't care about their loss. >> the president is wrong. all of us care about these families. all of us should
in the same hospital as some of the victims of monday's bombings, and a police officer who was injured. katy tur is at beth israel hospital here in boston with more on that tonight. katy? >> reporter: good evening, lester. the suspect is in serious, but stable condition here at beth israel and yes, he is in the very same hospital as many of the people the fbi says he tried to kill. cheers of joy, to a moment of silence. the city of boston may be relieved, but it is still in mourning. for 8-year-old martin richard, for 29-year-old kris. camp krystle campbell, for bu grad student lingzi lu, and sean kohl years, the m.i.t. police officer shot and killed in his patrol car thursday night, just are 55 minutes before his shift would have ended. >> he was a great young man. he was wise beyond his years. his goal was always to become a police officer. >> reporter: his family writing our only solace is that sean died bravely doing what he committed to do, serving and protecting others." then there are those still fighting to survive. officials say 33-year-old transit officer richard donohue was shot m
, the finish line at the marathon where the bombs went off. katy tur is there for us this evening. katy, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. at 5:00 the fbi handed over boylston street and the crime scene to the city of boston, officially clearing the way for its re-opening. this seven days after those explosions that rocked this city. 2:50 monday afternoon, at exactly the moment a week ago that terror struck boston, the city came to a standstill. a moment of silence to reflect and remember all they have been through and all they have lost. [ bell ringing ] >> reporter: in medford, the bells tolled as the first funeral was held. hundreds of family and friends, including local police and fire officials came to remember 29-year-old krystle campbell. >> the fact that someone from my community was touched by this event, it's touched everybody. there is nobody around here that it hasn't touched. >> reporter: on boylston street the spontaneous memorial, still growing, was moved as volunteers arranged flowers and signs in anticipation of the street's re-opening. when the fbi turned what
was caught and arrested yesterday. katie marzullo joins us with the story. katie? >> the woman has been booked on attempted murder. police say the bottles of orange juice she left at the starbucks contained rubbing alcohol, enough to kill someone. >> customers at starbucks do not hesitate to get a cup coffee the morning after a woman placed poison orange juice in the case. >> maybe years ago, it would norprise me. today. >> the suspect, 50-year-old ramineh behbehanian, brought the tainted juice to the store in a star bucks bag. a customer saw what she did and alerted empls and the suspect overher the conversation and took off. employees called 9-1-1 but they could not have known how serious the situation was. >> according to the fire captain the quantity of rubbing alcohol inside the bottles was a lethal quantity. >> for that the woman has been booked on poining and attempted murder charges. police tracked her down quickly because an employee got her license place number. is there a continuing danger? >> that is a good news in the case that leaves many uneasy. >> scary. lace every day a
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>> good saturday morning, everyone. it's 5:00 a.m. i'm katie marzullo. here's a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist indicate marge. >> our temperatures could be quite cool this afternoon at the beaches. but this morning 40s and 50s. we will look for plenty ever shine away from the coast. association beach, half moon bay, you will still be cool, numbers in the low 60s. but elsewhere we will warm into the mid-to low 80s. it should be a nice afternoon. less of an onshore push tomorrow and warmer the second half of the weekend. we will talk bat a's today and the extended outlook for above normal temperatures coming up in a little bit. katie. >> we have developing news to contra costa county. pittsburgh police plan to use special tracking dogs to scour a neighborhood where a two-year-old girl was briefly abducted. the man grabbed the girl in broad day light but then released her and ran away. police fear he may try it again. >> police officers comforted the distraught mother. earlier she saw a man snatch a two-year-old daughter from her front yard. it happened just befo
today. >> sitting in the stands waiting for his wife cindy and daughter katie to finish the race. >> there were people standing just seconds ago, and then there was nobody. they were gone. >> they took this picture seconds after the first explosion. you can see the injured on the ground and in the corner, two people lucky to be alive, holding their ears. and katie, and that is when it happened again. what happened? where are they? >> we were trying to get somewhere and they were not letting certain people in the area. >> tonight, they're back together after dodging death by just feet. their thoughts our prayers are with those injured, those who lost loved ones in the two bombings. however, they say next year it comes around, they will be going back. cindy has already qualified to run in 2014. >> you can find the latest on website, and on our wjla.com. >> a somber day in the district for another reason today. a look at the sixth anniversary of the virginia tech shootings. for immigration reform. unveiling the plan. >> i'm doug hill in the belfort and furniture weather center. a wa
's an excellent player. katie and salvo, you're gonna have to work hard to replace her as champ, but good luck to all three of you. here comes the jeopardy! round, and here come the categories. first off, you're gonna deal with... "o-t-e" coming up in each response. rebecca, go. dressed-down first names, $200, please. katie. what is margaret? that's right. katie. what is andrew? yes. first names for $600, please. what is andrew? yes. rebecca? what is amanda? that's it. dressed-down first names, $800. salvo. what is henry? correct. first names for $1,000. salvo. what is christopher? yes. fictional beer for $200, please. rebecca. what is "the simpsons"? that's it. manhattan projects, $200. salvo? what is central park? correct. manhattan for $400. salvo? what is the brooklyn bridge? yes. manhattan for $600. salvo. what is the world trade center? correct. manhattan for $800. salvo, again. what is hearst? no. katie or rebecca? ] the publisher is condé nast. back to you, though, salvo. manhattan for $1,000.
. thank you very much for that. let's go to katy tur who made her way up there. as i understand it there are 15 blocks that are virtually frozen. people have been told to shelter in place and once they go out, avoid crowds which is tricky on this day which is a holiday every year. >> reporter: it's pretty tricky in this area, brian. this is the back bay of boston. it is a popular area. it is a busy area on a normal day. it is chaotic here during the marathon in a good way. it's celebratory. the bars are open. people are out. right now there are people here. they want to see what's going on. i guess they are trying not to congregate. for the most part it's quiet for this area. after the explosion there were streams of people walking the streets. the subways were shut down and because of that, people had to walk for miles in some cases to their destination. in fact, we are two blocks from the finish line. two blocks from where the explosions happened. we saw a woman right over here, witnesses saw her stumbling to this block with shrapnel wounds. nbc has confirmed shrapnel was part
on a trip he made to russia in 2012. sky news's katie stallard has more. katie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes, we knew that tamerlan traveled to russia in january of last year, they husband with in the country for around six months and during the time he eled to caucasus region. that area might not be popular to all of your viewers but it's a particularly volatile region. it's where russia is saying they're fighting their own war on terror which started as an armed separatist movement, the goal of which is to establish an independent islam estate in the region. now, tamerlan's family say he was simply there visiting his relatives and he was helping his father around the house, but the authorities will now be looking very carefully at who he met with while he was there and whether any of the militant groups in that region provided any of the information or the ideology behind these attacks. anne-marie? >> katie, before you go, do you know if the russian government has helped the u.s. with any of this investigation? >> russia has said it stands ready to assist the u.s. invest
are looking clear as you make it to the macarthur maze. katie and eric? >> still good news out there. >> north korea is raising tensions with the united states another notch. >> next, the new threat from the north and how the united states is responding we are live in washington. >> the new sponsor stepping up to make sure the hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> fremont, palo alto, north bay and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> the storm watch continues on this wet thursday morning with conditions in the north bay. abc7 news reporter kira klapper is live in san rafael. we saw the water on the roadway earlier. >> eric, it is the same thing right now from 40 minutes ago when you first checked in, the rain has been falling steady. it is not a hard pelting
news. >> good morning, at 5:29 on this friday morning. thanks for joining us. >> i am katie marzullo here for eric thomas. mike nicco is in the weather center with the forecast. >> thank you, good morning to you, katie and kristen. live doppler 7 hd shows how dry it is. a few clouds along the coast. otherwise we are clear and cooler. san ramon is 44 and lafayette is friend. 47 in san mateo. 49 in redwood city. cupertino is at 45. alameda is 52. novato is 42. in the afternoon, a lot of sunshine. not so breezy as yesterday. our spread along the bay from 66 to 76 at the coast is cooler at 58 to 63 and warmer inland at 73 to 80 degrees. enjoy it. will you enjoy the commute? >> so far, so good but report of a brand new crash in walnut creek coming from alamo but right now, this is the drive from pleasant hill to walnut creek, and southbound 680, it is building at this hour coming up on 24 and the crash in the north bound direction is before you reach 24. that is actually starting at main street a car hit the center divider. as we head into san jose, here is the 87 northbound by the julian
to figure that out. details on that ahead. a statement from tamerlan's wife katie russell, what she is saying and what we've learned about her today and whether or not she's really cooperating and sitting down with the fbi to answer their questions. that's still to come. >>> breaking news tonight. a federal official tells cnn that the suspects brought pressure cookers from macys. they've yet to uncover any hard evidence of accomplices or other extremists overseas. casting doubt on that is the older suspect's trip last summer for six months including some radicalism. there's a lot in that time line of what he did for six months. there's also interest, a year earlier, that russians showed interest in his activities. >> tamerlan tsarnaev first hit the fbi's radar in 2011 when the russian government told the agency they should check him out. >> they sent a letter to the fbi and other agencies and said we think this guy has become radical. you need to watch him. >> was based on information that he was a follower of radical islam and a strong believer that he had changed drastically since
've been talking to people who know katie russell as well as her family. what they are saying about her, their relationship and what if anything she knew about what her husband was up to. >>> also, still to come, what former president george w. bush has to say about the bombings. what he was thinking when he heard the news. we'll also have john king's interview with the former president coming up. we'll be right back. >>> boylston street the scene of a crime is open again today. among the people who came to the street was victoria mcgrath whose legs were severely injured. deborah? >> reporter: the coincidence that we happened to be here when she arrived and two other girls were passing by and all of them began hugging each other. they were standing basically where i'm standing right now. this was the site of the first bomb blast. you can see the memorial that's here right now. what's fascinating, when the blast went off, it came up from underneath and then they were paralyzed for what felt like 5, 10 seconds. they didn't understand what was going on, and then all of a sudden things got
good good morning, everyone, it's 6:00 a.m. on saturday. glad you are up and with us. i'm katie marzullo. we will start off with a first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning. >> good morning. starting off with plenty of low clouds. here's a look at san jose and as you go through the morning hours it will begin to peel back and we will see more sunshine. around the bay we are talking low 60s to the upper 70s for the forecast. our coastal communities will be coolest where numbers will stay in the lower 60s but you too will eventually clear. in the inland, upper 60s to the mid-80s. a warmup today but even warmer tomorrow. we will talk about 90s returning into the upcoming work week. that's coming up in just a little bit later. katie. >> thank you, lisa. >> >> we have developing news to contra costa county. pittsburgh police plan to use special tracking dogs to scour a neighborhood where a two-year-old girl was briefly abducted. the man grabbed the girl in broad daylight, but then released her and ran away. police fear he may try it again. >> police office
that paperwork before they ever released this monster into society. >> joining me now is katie leon along with her mother, bernadette. welcome to you both. extremely powerful and emotional comments there from you, katie. it's an almost unbelievable case, this, that somebody like this man, evan ebel, was released four years early by mistake with a record like his. expand on how you're feeling about this, katie. you have three young girls at home, twin girls of 4, and a 6-year-old girl who have now lost their father because of a clerical mistake. how does that make you feel? >> i'm outraged. i'm hurt. i'm sick to the pit of my stomach. i mean, i'm just -- i'm hurt. >> when did you hear that nathan had been killed? >> i heard monday, early afternoon. >> when you heard the details of evan ebel's background, 28 different disciplinary punishments while inside prison, links to white supremacist groups, et cetera, et cetera, an incredibly dangerous, nasty piece of work, the idea that he was let loose by error and that he then killed your husband, it makes me angry. i never knew your husband, but
you for your reporting from boston. >> thank you. nbc's katie is outside the courthouse where people are gathering. katie, there is some movement, what are you seeing? >> we are seeing most of the spectators are moving out -- sorry, i have mixed mics in my hear. the media looks like it is allowed it stay right now. we did see two department of homeland security trucks with lights flashing. we did hear reports they were trying to evacuate the area. my gut is saying, since there was not a media move, there were too many reports. there was a report that a suspect wad arrested. reports that msnbc said not true. fbi says not true. and boston police department said, is not true. people a lot of people heard that so you have people coming down to the courthouse to see what is going on. when you see 50 or so news trucks gathered around a courthouse, you get curious and want to know what it happening. is a crowd of about 500 people gathered. it looks like they are making spectators leave. but the media is not moving pch you are seeing cameras, reportsers, everybody is still there. the courtho
today, erin. but they're being very tight lipped. i spoke to katie russell's attorney on the phone a little bit ago and she's still not saying anything. she's being very quiet on behalf of her client. won't say if katie russell sat down with authorities. but i can tell that you the presence this morning of federal agents and of media was very heavy at the house earlier today. it's greatly diminished now, erin. >> and you also had a chance to talk to some people who knew katie. what do they tell you, erin? >> well, basically, they're saying that katie russell came from a great family. everyone likes her sister. they thought katie was very well liked, dependable, hard-working. talked to her younger sisters today and this is what she had to say about that. >> honestly, such a surprise. i -- when i heard the news. i didn't believe it at first. just because it's, you know, especially in north kingstown. especially not the russells, never. they're such a wonderful family. i couldn't believe it. and i doubt that she knew anything about it. >> and, erin, that's what we're getting from a lo
to come to terms with what's happened over the past week. >> our firm is representing katie russell, as you all know. we've been asked, she's asked us to make a short statement to you. as you know, from news reports, katie married her husband in june of 2010. since then, she's been living in cambridge, raising her child, working long hours, caring for people in their homes who are unable to care for themselves. katie dpru up here in rhode island and has always remained close to her parents and sisters, as well as to her extended family. she is fortunate enough to have the support of her loving family, and as they, too, struggle to come to terms with these events and the deep sorrow we all feel following the events of last week. meanwhile, she is doing everything she can to assist in the ongoing investigation. >> the injuries and loss of life to people who came to celebrate a race and a holiday has caused profound distress and sorrow to katie and her family. the reports of ininvolvement by her husband and brother-in-law came as an absolute shock to them all. as a mother, a sister, a
lathermyth. and san francisco made we have katie and sarah from spur. as well as many of our neighborhood leaders, i saw mike bishop from the southern waterfront. and katie from the central waterfront. and the commerce advisory committee. and of course all of you who i hope are not just only san francisco giant fans but fans of home-made beer here in san francisco. and it's my great honor to introduce entrepreneurial spirit. mr. gregor was born and raised in the united kingdom. he then moved to singapore at the age of nine. he's lived in amazing cities around the world. so he brings with him an international spirit. but also a passion for san francisco. he and his partner, tony foglio are known for building up the best brands and keeping them both emerging but honoring their roots. so i can't think of a better tenant and partner for this historic pier 48 than anchor brewers and distillers. join me in welcoming keith gregor. [applause] >> thank you. is everyone warm enough? this is great weather for making beer. anchor is one of america's oldest breweries. with origins back to
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. >>> plus, it just might be the easiest $7 million katy perry ever earned. we'll tell you how. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, welcome back. we're looking at a pretty average weather going on across seattle and portland. right now, starting off in the mid-40s. we've got 50s down across california. a couple of light showers in the pacific northwest. it shouldn't be all that heavy. even portland will see improvements by the afternoon. san francisco, 64 degrees today. l.a. should top out at 71. then as we end off the work week on friday a couple more shower it's in northwest. the snow continues to fall into montana and denver, back up to 51. l.a., a little cooler topping out in the upper 60s. again, pretty typical stuff going on in the northwest. >> thanks, dylan. >>> katy perry's $7 million mansion is up for sale. the home was originally purchased by russell brand. but after he and perry filed for divorce in 2011 the rights of the mansion went to perry. and now she's looking to sell. for the record, neither of the patient even moved into the house. >>> lindsay lohan
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